A clutch kit is a collection of components designed to replace or upgrade the clutch system in a vehicle. The clutch is an essential part of a manual transmission system that allows the driver to engage or disengage power from the engine to the transmission, enabling gear changes and smooth operation of the vehicle.

A typical clutch kit includes several components that work together to facilitate proper clutch operation. The specific contents of a clutch kit may vary depending on the vehicle make and model, as well as the manufacturer or supplier.

Common components you can find in a clutch kit

Clutch Disc (Friction Disc): The clutch disc, also known as a friction disc, is a circular plate with friction linings on both sides. It is located between the engine flywheel and the clutch pressure plate. The clutch disc transfers engine torque to the transmission when engaged.

Pressure Plate: The pressure plate is a metal plate that applies pressure to the clutch disc when engaged. It is bolted to the flywheel and exerts force on the clutch disc through a series of springs or a diaphragm mechanism. The pressure plate releases the clutch disc to allow gear changes.

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